Safety Supervisor

Top Safety Supervisor Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Safety Supervisor. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Safety Supervisor resumes they appeared on. For example, 20.3% of Safety Supervisor resumes contained Safety Procedures as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Safety Supervisor actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Safety Supervisor resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Safety Procedures

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Here's how Safety Procedures is used in Safety Supervisor jobs:
  • Key Accomplishments * Conducted successful site inspections by observing workers to determine proper use of prescribed safety equipment and safety procedures.
  • Investigate incidents and perform root cause analysis to assist in developing future safety procedures.
  • Researched, prepared materials and instructed personnel on personal protective equipment and safety procedures.
  • Updated company safety procedures in compliance with OSHA Regulations * Performed Accident Investigations
  • Maintained all safety procedures and norms efficiently.
  • Directed and supervised staff with safety procedures.
  • Conducted safety training and orientation, as well as, ensured safety procedures were being followed by managers and employees accordingly.
  • Prepare necessary materials for starting and perform new hire orientations, going over safety procedures, driving regulations, etc.
  • Provide a framework for employees to be engaged, challenged and motivated to improve and sustain workplace safety procedures.
  • Perform Safety Audits on multiple crafts daily to ensure all safety procedures are in place.
  • Ensured all safety procedures were followed and issued stop work orders in unsafe events.
  • Observe workers to determine proper use of prescribed safety equipment and safety procedures.
  • Inspect the operation to make sure employees are following safety procedures.
  • Communicate safety procedures related to specific tasks at the site.
  • Designed various health and safety procedures within site.
  • Assisted in developing health and safety procedures.
  • Train employees on Safety Procedures.
  • Trained all new personnel on safety procedures and ensured onsite projects were completed on time and budget.
  • Briefed lab workers on equipment and chemical safety procedures Organized chemical inventory and monitored laboratory hygiene Managed safety training records
  • Administer the Safety Program Attend job planning meetings to review safety procedures Perform daily inspections Enforce safety rules and regulations

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2. Osha

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Here's how Osha is used in Safety Supervisor jobs:
  • Communicate requirements regarding corporate and OSHA regulations.
  • Reinvigorated the site's industrial hygiene process, and initiated site procedures for compliance with OSHA's Process Safety Management Standard.
  • Report on OSHA VPP program application hours for subcontractors and achieved OSHA 10 and 30 Hour Certified Instructor status.
  • Consult site management and staff personnel on all OSHA, DEP, EPA and state level regulatory compliance issues.
  • Accompanied compliance officers (OSHA) and prepared required data per site inspections or employee complaints.
  • Communicate with all staff and employees as well as the organizations that enforce OSHA regulations.
  • Maintained working relationship with local OSHA regional office along with State and City agencies.
  • Conduct safety audits and inspections for compliance with company and OSHA safety requirements.
  • Developed audit procedures for DOT, OSHA, and environmental compliance.
  • Maintained OSHA 300/301A logs, submitted data to DOL Statistics.
  • Developed and implemented an OSHA Industrial Truck Operators Training Program.
  • Maintained OSHA injury/illness and lost work day case data.
  • Monitor the industrial hygiene program consistent with OSHA requirements.
  • Maintained compliance with OSHA and MSHA regulations.
  • Company compliance officer with FMCSR, DOT, OSHA and State (OR, WA, CA) regulations.
  • Maintain all State and Federal logs for Safety (OSHA 300, OSHA 301, OSHA 301A).
  • Insure adherence with all OSHA regulations for site as well as site congruence with Exel safety policies.
  • Enforced safe crane operations per OSHA and Citgo standards while working with employees to promote job safety.
  • Enforced daily safety checks to verify if employees are working per OSHA guidelines.
  • Researched and developed "Blood Borne Pathogen Exposure Control Plan," for compliance with OSHA Standard 1910.1030.

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3. Safety Meetings

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Here's how Safety Meetings is used in Safety Supervisor jobs:
  • Coordinate and develop relevant safety meetings and topics every month
  • Conduct Safety meetings every morning prior to job task, review hazards associated with each job scope.
  • Maintained safety documents, held weekly safety meetings, hauled equipment to construction sites.
  • Perform daily safety meetings and routine check up's on all safety equipment.
  • Conducted weekly safety meetings, emergency drills, PTW meetings and operational audits.
  • Served as the company Safety Representative at all airport and airline safety meetings.
  • Conducted safety meetings and wrote Job Safety Analyses / Job Hazard Analyses.
  • Developed and conducted safety training to all employees - held safety meetings.
  • Conduct safety meetings and lead stretch and flex on a daily basis.
  • Lead all OSHA certified safety meetings and kept meeting records.
  • Attended and conducted daily safety meetings (bilingual meetings).
  • Lead safety meetings to review hazards on the site.
  • Lead tool box safety meetings and attended safety meetings.
  • Documented all JSA and safety meetings.
  • Hold daily company safety meetings.
  • Facilitated daily safety meetings pertinent to work and plant status Ensure OSHA compliance with drinking water, bathroom facilities and housekeeping
  • Conducted pre-tour safety meetings with drilling crews.
  • Lead pre job safety meetings.
  • conducted daily site safety meetings.
  • Conduct daily safety meetings / toolbox talks with crews, audits, and inspections/walk throughs using Practical Judgement.

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4. ISO

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Here's how ISO is used in Safety Supervisor jobs:
  • Exercised full authority over approximately 70 Supervisors in matters of Safety and Environmental affairs.
  • Confer with other supervisors to coordinate operations and activities within or between departments.
  • Observed operation to detect equipment malfunctions and informed supervisor when malfunctions occurred.
  • Operated as a General technician prior to promotion as Safety Supervisor.
  • Conferred with other supervisors to coordinate activities of individual departments.
  • Performed atmospheric testing and proper isolation of vessels.
  • Provided training of supervisors in safety management program.
  • Conduct continuous site inspections, mobile equipment inspections and work closely with mines supervisor to give them support.
  • Self-contracted, multiple-project supervisor at $7 Billion Department of Energy Rocky Flats Plutonium Processing Plant cleanup project.
  • Acted as lead Clipper Wind representative and liaison to the customer for all safety related issues.
  • Reported damage to racks, faulty equipment and other safety hazards to a supervisor.
  • Facilitate corrective actions and communicate results with employees, supervisors, and management.
  • Direct liaison with other radio positions and operators.
  • Served as a site Safety Supervisor.
  • Maintain liaison with NYPD, FDNY, and EMS.
  • Performed Safety & Health Supervisor duties during chemical plant planned maintenance turnaround.
  • Perform supervisory functions for a 10 member Campus Safety force protecting College students, faculty and property.
  • Reported safety infractions to both Dreyfuss/Weaver and Dilling safety supervisors.
  • Worked from home Dispatch & Safety Supervisor Customer service liaison
  • Field Supervisor *Employee Relations *All the above same as Premier

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5. Safety Program

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Here's how Safety Program is used in Safety Supervisor jobs:
  • Coordinated employee safety programs to determine their adequacy including review of short and long term strategic safety planning and development.
  • Managed Safeway driver Safety program including participation in the Washington State Trucking Association state Rodeo.
  • Worked with corporate Behavior Based Safety Specialist to implement a Behavior Based Safety Program.
  • Oversee existing Safety Programs and continually evaluate to meet current internal and external requirements.
  • Assist Safety Director in developing policy and conducting educational residential safety programs.
  • Updated and maintained quality manuals and safety program documentation.
  • Developed safety programs that assured compliance with Cal-OSHA regulations.
  • Designed, directed and implemented effective on-site safety program.
  • Maintained zero incident safety programs.
  • Mentored EEPCI well works personnel on safety programs and created safety programs consistent with EMPC expectations.
  • Established a Behavior Based Safety program which utilized DuPont's STOP program and Take Two.
  • Implemented and managed the industrial safety programs for client sites within my region.
  • Perform audits and reviews of contractor companies health and safety programs.
  • Review and audit contractor safety programs and training compliance.
  • Help Director of Safety, while writing Safety Programs.
  • Supervised the company safety program at the field level.
  • Review employees safety programs to determine their adequacy.
  • Implemented safety program for start up of the Kenworth Seattle plant producing class 7 trucks
  • Set new standards and improved plant operational safety program.
  • Cultivate and maintain a Behavior Based Safety Program.

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6. Emergency Response

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Here's how Emergency Response is used in Safety Supervisor jobs:
  • Maintained and updated emergency response plans or procedures.
  • Oversee evacuation and emergency response procedures.
  • Administer first aid treatment as qualified and assigned and participates as a member of the project emergency response Team.
  • Respond to medical emergencies, bomb threats, fire alarms or intrusion alarms, following emergency response procedures.
  • Maintained or updated emergency response plans or procedures throughout the building according to OSHA's rules and regulations.
  • Reviewed and updated the company's Contractor Safety Handbook and the company's Emergency Response Action Plan manual.
  • Provide direction for comprehensive management of safety, health, and emergency response through a team concept.
  • Managed the Emergency Response Organization, responsible for responding to site specific chemical spills and other emergencies.
  • Worked with local government officials to ensure port safety and emergency response plans were prepared.
  • Be available for all shifts to coordinate emergency response procedures by phone or in person.
  • Supervised team of 4-10 responsible for emergency response, traffic control, and guest relations.
  • Trained, coached Refinery Fire Brigade staff, and created training and emergency response plans.
  • Acted as facility incident command coordinator and trainer for the emergency response team.
  • Analyze the safety measures and the emergency response strategies currently in place.
  • Established hazardous material, fire, and medical emergency response teams.
  • Lead instructor for our Red Hat Emergency Response Team.
  • Provide first aid and emergency response services.
  • Managed the site Emergency Response Team.
  • Manage plant Emergency Response Team.
  • Developed and maintain Emergency Response Plan; Department first responder representative to the Emergency Operations Center during Citywide emergencies.

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7. Site Safety

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Here's how Site Safety is used in Safety Supervisor jobs:
  • Conducted site safety and environmental audits, accident investigations and risk management evaluations.
  • Contracted out to different construction companies to provide third party on-site safety management.
  • Planned and organized safety training sessions and facilitated daily site safety meetings.
  • Perform Weekly Safety Coordination Meeting and Site Safety Audits.
  • Participate in periodic Site Safety & Environmental Audit/Inspection.
  • Recorded and managed all site safety documentation.
  • Monitored adherence to site safety program.
  • Mentored and trained over 150 site safety leaders for land and offshore locations in the oil and gas industry.
  • Conduct safety meetings once a month, site safety inspection and evaluation on school buses and drivers charter logs.
  • Monitor and see to it that sub contractors are complying with company s site safety policies and procedures.
  • Performed site safety audits for drilling operations and well sites through the Rocky Mountain Region.
  • Carried out the full scope of site safety while coordinating efforts with the corporate office.
  • Assist on site safety and company personnel with correcting unsafe conditions.
  • Conduct Weekly/Daily Safety Tool Box Talk and Site Safety Inductions.
  • Assist and direct Site Safety Reps during Rig moves.
  • Managed On-Site Safety for Emergency Response Actions.
  • Provide on-site safety and rescue operations.
  • Conducted safety meetings, site safety audit/inspection on daily basis
  • Supervised coordinators, ensuring compliances with on-site safety regulations.
  • Completed safety violations reports with the supervision of the Site Safety Manager.

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8. Job Safety Analysis

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Here's how Job Safety Analysis is used in Safety Supervisor jobs:
  • Performed safety and environmental audits, accident investigation and reporting and job safety analysis.
  • Conducted accident investigations, job safety analysis, and instructed safety training classes.
  • Audit job safety analysis documents completed by employees and contractors.
  • Developed Job Safety Analysis for each position.
  • Conducted safety audits and job safety analysis.
  • Assess Toolbox talk, Job Safety Analysis, TRIC, STOP, and Follow up of Risk Assessment & Controls.
  • Prepare Job Safety Analysis/Job Hazard Analysis for specific operations; also conduct Risk Assessment prior to job commencement.
  • Conducted required risk assessments (RA), job safety analysis (JSA's).
  • Reviewed Job Safety Analysis (JSA) prior to starting task with all personnel involved.
  • Conducted tailgate safety meetings and Job Safety Analysis Reports prior to the movement of cargo.
  • Audited and Developed new Job Safety Analysis Program for every process in the facility.
  • Developed Job Safety Analysis (JSA) and trained construction personnel on hazard recognition.
  • Review employees' job safety analysis documents and provide direction for correcting deficiencies.
  • Reviewed safety audits; performed risk assessments and job safety analysis as needed.
  • Assist supervisors with the on-site Job Safety Analysis Program (JSA).
  • Obtain and relay daily job safety analysis to certified team members.
  • Develop a methodology for auditing quality JSA (Job Safety Analysis)
  • Conducted Daily Safety Meetings and insured compliance with procedures for completing Job Safety Analysis (JSAs) daily.
  • Ensured Job Safety Analysis were completed Updated the Material Safety Data Sheet Logs Conducted safety orientations and meetings.
  • Perform daily JSA "Job Safety Analysis" audits.

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9. Corrective Action

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Here's how Corrective Action is used in Safety Supervisor jobs:
  • Investigated workplace injuries to identify root cause and causal factors and recommended corrective actions to prevent future occurrences.
  • Stopped work in imminent dangerous situations, recommended corrective actions and advise supervisor of actions taken.
  • Performed safety audits and reported back to management any findings and corrective actions.
  • Prepare report and recommendations for corrective actions; coordinate with regulators and contractors.
  • Ensured maintaining ISO certificate by conducting internal audits and issuing corrective actions.
  • Investigated safety incidents, determined their causation and facilitated corrective actions.
  • Review these practices with immediate supervisor and recommends corrective action.
  • Provided safety education, risk mitigation and corrective action plans.
  • Ensured personnel training and corrective action follow-up was completed.
  • Identify deficiency trends and implement immediate corrective actions.
  • Conducted safety audit and institute corrective action.
  • Conduct fire code compliance follow-ups to ensure that corrective actions have been taken in cases where violations were found.
  • Manage ongoing and corrective action with driver instruction and training; also oversee accident/incident for terminal.
  • Investigate incidents, injuries, and close-calls to identify root causes and develop appropriate corrective actions.
  • Inventory, control, planning, scheduling, documentation, corrective action-disciplinary.
  • Investigated all damages and took all corrective actions on employees.
  • Assisted with notices of non-compliance and corrective action requests.
  • Gather site safety suggestions and takes appropriate corrective action for all identified deficiencies in the field.
  • Inspected worksites and prepared a report of findings with recommendations for corrective actions.
  • Team Member constellation for corrective action 5S and Six Sigma skills (Rated greenbelt) Waste reduction and production manufacturing skills.

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10. Job Site

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Here's how Job Site is used in Safety Supervisor jobs:
  • Reinforce safety behaviors among employees on specific job sites and ensure compliance with OSHA, company, and customer safety requirements.
  • Participated in, and assist the job site Foreman in conducting weekly tailgate meetings and other safety related activities.
  • Managed multiple job sites to ensure staff were punctual and efficiently performing job duties while meeting safety standards.
  • Communicated directions to job sites and assisted field staff with their equipment and tool usages.
  • Provide adequate supervision and training of masons and construction workers on the job site.
  • Completed daily, weekly and monthly safety audits of job site and sub contractors.
  • Monitored work environment for contractors and site employees performing work at high-risk job sites.
  • Conducted new hire orientation, frequent job site audits and daily safety meetings.
  • Implemented a job site specific safety program for power plants and paper mills.
  • Served as a safety supervisor for 2 to 3 different job sites.
  • Performed job site inspections, necessary training & documented drilling locations records,
  • Manage and control personnel within the department and on job sites.
  • Traveled to different job sites and states to conducted safety audits.
  • Complete field audits, enforce safety of job sites.
  • Conducted daily routine job site safety audits.
  • Conducted job site safety meetings and inspections.
  • Preformed daily job site inspections.
  • Inspected job site and equipment for potentially hazardous conditions and make any corrections to ensure a safe worksite.
  • Reviewed JSAs for hazard recognition and mitigation at job site and distributed PPE.
  • Led a team of up to [ 6+] to perform job site duties

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11. Incident Investigations

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Here's how Incident Investigations is used in Safety Supervisor jobs:
  • Conducted post incident investigations, root cause analysis, report filing and documentation record keeping.
  • Conduct serious incident investigations to determine root cause and implementation of corrective actions.
  • Participate in accident/incident investigations and develop corrective actions to minimize risk to employees.
  • Performed incident investigations, audit permits, review job safety analysis/job hazards analyst.
  • Conduct incident investigations and provide written reports with recommendations of appropriate actions.
  • Oversee / supervise accident /incident investigations and corrective action.
  • Conduct incident investigations and report findings to management.
  • Assist and document accident / incident investigations.
  • Conduct incident investigations on all incidents.
  • Help with accident and incident investigations.
  • Conducted incident investigations and safety inspections.
  • Assist contractors in incident investigations.
  • Study and know the site safety procedures of the client, participate in accident/ incident investigations.
  • Conducted incident investigations and stand downs, and observed and evaluated tasks for hazard observations.
  • Perform incident investigations and audit / revise safety and health policies and procedures.
  • Perform field audits, safety inspections, and accident / incident investigations.
  • Perform Accident/Incident Investigations and Near Miss Reports.
  • Conducted accident and incident investigations, determined probable causes and made recommendations for corrective action Ran accident prevention and fire safety programs
  • Lead incident investigations, including root cause determination Responsible for leadership of two (2) field safety technicians.
  • Key Accomplishments * Conduct successful Incident Investigations of all Near Miss and OSHA Recordable Incidents.

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12. Safety Audits

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Here's how Safety Audits is used in Safety Supervisor jobs:
  • Scheduled and participated in Focused Safety Audits and Behavior Based Safety Audits at multiple manufacturing facilities.
  • Organized and managed program safety audits and reviews to assure continuous compliance with applicable regulations.
  • Conducted daily safety meetings and site safety audits to directly report findings to management.
  • Conducted general Safety audits at the warehouse facility and lay-down yards in Tallahassee, Florida
  • Performed safety audits to monitor current progress and correct areas needing improvement.
  • Performed safety audits and root cause analysis for insurance company.
  • Perform Safety audits on facility, equipment and operations.
  • Directed facility safety audits, identifying hazardous conditions in order to mitigate the issues as soon as possible.
  • Developed training for NAVFAC contractors and performed safety audits of maintenance shops for the U.S. Navy.
  • Delivered consistently superior scores for several Industrial Hygiene surveys, safety audits, etc.
  • Conducted daily safety audits & inspections, documented findings, and implemented corrective actions.
  • Perform Food Safety audits and report findings to senior management team.
  • Conduct safety tailgate meetings and safety audits on a daily basis.
  • Monitored safe work practices and conducted safety audits daily.
  • Conducted daily as well as weekly safety audits.
  • Performed safety audits and inspections in each district.
  • Observe and report safety audits of drivers.
  • Conducted injury and accident investigations on all claims and Safety Audits for all locations, traveling extensively throughout company locations.
  • Performed daily and weekly safety audits and used the information for training and enhanced safety awareness.
  • Conduct and review jobsite safety audits and corrective actions.

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13. Safety Inspections

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Here's how Safety Inspections is used in Safety Supervisor jobs:
  • Conducted safety inspections and investigated violations to ensure safety procedures are being followed and counseled managers and employees accordingly.
  • Conduct site safety inspections and administer site orientations/weekly training programs as mandated by OSHA standards and corporate regulations.
  • Participated in monthly safety inspections and monitored monthly departmental self-inspections.
  • Performed safety inspections and assisted in general maintenance of vehicles.
  • Performed driver audits and safety inspections on all refinery drivers.
  • Supervised company specific personnel, equipment and site safety inspections.
  • Conducted daily site safety inspections and contractor safety audits.
  • Conducted field safety inspections and communicated corrective actions.
  • Performed daily and monthly safety inspections.
  • Preform safety inspections on company building.
  • Investigated employee complaints, conducted safety inspections and assisted the plant safety director in day to day operations.
  • Conducted excavation and transportation health and safety inspections, dust monitoring, soil and air sampling.
  • Facilitated fire safety procedures, conducted fire drills and fire safety inspections.
  • Supervised teams of up to eight personnel during fire safety inspections.
  • Perform safety inspections on all safety equipment and tools on job.
  • Perform Job Site Safety Inspections and Audits; weekly and monthly.
  • Performed safety inspections and audits on the workforce.
  • Conduct safety inspections of equipment and tools.
  • Perform site safety inspections monthly and quarterly.
  • Performed Safety Inspections, Jobsite Safety Auditing, Accident Investigation, Safety Meetings.

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14. Safety Committee

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Here's how Safety Committee is used in Safety Supervisor jobs:
  • Implemented and actively participated on both local Safety Committee and weekly Workers Comp conference calls.
  • Organize and lead monthly Safety Committee Meetings for location as well as Plant Days in order to recognize daily safety exposures.
  • Oversee workers compensation as well as general liability issues; serve as facilitator for Customer and Company Joint Safety Committee.
  • Served as management co-chair of the safety committee tasked with ensuring compliance to all safety requirements.
  • Coordinate, facilitate and construct safety reports for weekly and monthly Safety Committee meetings.
  • Work with and lead safety committee to provide training and mentoring of newer staff.
  • Conducted Wellness activities, safety meetings, and assigned co-chairs for safety committees.
  • Implemented the site safety committee which consisted of one member of each craft.
  • Represented the Division at employee driven safety committees in multiple facilities.
  • Chaired and participated in numerous health and safety committees.
  • Chair Central Safety Committee and 6 Union Safety sub-committees.
  • Developed Safety Committee Team and committee meeting minutes.
  • Served as co-chair of the Safety Committee.
  • Served as chairperson of Hospital Safety Committee.
  • Elected to MID Safety Committee.
  • Facilitate safety committee s meeting.
  • Chair of Company Safety Committee.
  • Contribute objectives to achieve corporate safety strategies; strategic planning; develop and facilitate safety committees.
  • Researched and developed systme for incorporating a JSA program, as well as a safety committee.
  • Perform duties as a technical advisor to the Employee Safety Committee.

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15. HSE

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Here's how HSE is used in Safety Supervisor jobs:
  • Provided ongoing communication to management concerning the assessment of the HSE program performance with associated recommended proactive and/or corrective actions.
  • Provided/developed technical HSE training aimed at regulatory and procedural compliance.
  • Conducted HSE Management training for supervisory and management personnel.
  • Tracked personnel certification and organized required HSE training.
  • Provided on-site and classroom training sessions as a safety instructor for all aspects of job safety, HSE, and H2S.
  • Investigated accidents to a certain causes for use in recommending preventive measures and developing HSE program revisions, as necessary.
  • Understand, and comply with HSE Integrates safety policies and job procedures, as well as government laws and regulations.
  • Confer with superintendents and craft supervisors on HSE matters requiring conformance with MAC, client, and governmental requirements.
  • Consult and conduct HSE compliance audits to confirm 100% compliance with plant health, safety and environmental policies.
  • Participate as a key member in root cause analysis and finding of effective solutions to various HSE matters.
  • Maintain a daily site HSE log of all activities and employee interactions on all projects.
  • Observed workers to determine compliance with respective HSE policies and procedures.
  • Execute all other HSE duties as assigned by HSE management.
  • Maintained knowledge of jurisdictional, company and client HSE regulations.
  • Assessed HSE program performance and identifies trends through data analysis.
  • Led the Atwood Hunter HSE Egypt-based start-up operation.
  • Attend meetings to communicate HSE program issues.
  • Oversee HSE incident reporting for approx.
  • Assisted the HSE Manager with daily task Coordinating safety matters with client & own Management team.
  • Work with PM To update HSE Program as needed.

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16. Hazardous Materials

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Here's how Hazardous Materials is used in Safety Supervisor jobs:
  • Provided training and evaluation of new employees in Department of Transportation Federal Regulations and Hazardous Materials.
  • Monitored all current information on regulations and requirements related to hazardous materials and agents.
  • Trained designated hazardous materials handlers in proper hazardous waste clean-up and disposal processes.
  • Directed the disposal of various outdated or obsolete hazardous materials.
  • Conduct safety training on the use of forklifts, pallet jacks and the handling and proper disposal of hazardous materials.
  • Team Leader for the Hazardous Materials Response Team, First Aid Team and motorized equipment training.
  • Trained employees and management personnel in hazardous materials, conveyor safety procedures and Emergency Response Plan.
  • Provide training in areas of lockout, hazardous materials, ergonomics, and defensive driving skills.
  • Monitored the use, storage and disposal of hazardous materials and chemicals.
  • Oversee inventories, inspections, and containment of hazardous materials.
  • Instructed and trained employees on proper handling of hazardous materials.
  • Inspected packed waste for signs of hazardous materials.
  • Control hazardous materials and waste.
  • Certified Hazardous Materials Acceptance Auditor, Certified Hazardous Materials Responder.
  • Responded and managed hazardous materials spill and containment incidents.
  • Implemented appropriate means to control hazardous materials exposure.
  • Manage hazardous materials waste disposal.
  • Developed and Documented on-site fall protection program (site specific) Developed and Documented on-site SDS log for on-site hazardous materials.
  • Trained district management on DOT driver qualifications, hours of service requirements, equipment inspection, and hazardous materials transportation.
  • Instructed UPS Hazardous Materials Responders on safety policies and procedures.

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17. H2S

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Here's how H2S is used in Safety Supervisor jobs:
  • Performed hazard awareness training and safety supervision to oilfield operations in high H2S areas.
  • Conducted H2S Awareness and Safety Equipment Training for all new personnel (who do not hold current TSI Certification Cards).
  • Briefed all entrants of the safety dangers and made the aware of the level of H2S at the location.
  • Rig up /down of H2S monitor and sensors for various sites, rigs, and work over rigs.
  • Received specialized training in H2S gas and provided on-site monitoring and first response for H2S gas release events.
  • Full H2S support: supplied air, monitoring and testing, ensure crew safety.
  • Monitored H2S on location provided and cleared permits for confined entry, etc.
  • Teach H2S Awareness classes on drilling rigs and on locations.
  • Pull tubes for H2S levels and relay to incoming traffic.
  • Installed H2S monitor, sensors and maintenance them when needed.
  • Certified and trained employees on H2S awareness and fit test.
  • Respond to an H2S release and execute emergency rescue.
  • Set up and maintain H2S safety equipment.
  • Calibrated all H2S detection monitors and meters.
  • Inspect and repair wireless H2S, LEL, and CO2 sensors.
  • Test atmosphere for H2S CO2 and LELs gases check and maintain scabs H2S censors and monitors keep a correct head count.
  • Monitor H2S levels in the atmosphere on Drilling rigs and Flowback Operations.
  • Distributed PPE and calibrated H2S monitors for Amex craftsmen on shift.
  • Teach H2S awearnes classes, along with h2s monitoring.
  • Hold H2S ,fire, evacuation, man down drills

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18. Ensure Compliance

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Here's how Ensure Compliance is used in Safety Supervisor jobs:
  • Perform safety an environmental analysis and develop recommendations to ensure compliance with all federal, state, requirements in construction projects.
  • Conduct physical examinations of property to ensure compliance with security policies and regulations for all properties owned by company.
  • Performed site specific safety orientation and site safety audits to ensure compliance with regulatory requirement and company policy.
  • Developed policies and procedures to ensure compliance with regulations and guidelines.
  • Coordinate, control and cooperate with Corporate and federal Auditors looking at training to ensure compliance with all regulations and guidelines.
  • Supervised over 350 employees (electricians) to ensure compliance with general contractors and OSHA 29 CFR 1926 guidelines.
  • Conduct safety audits following the safety audit protocol to ensure compliance with Health and Safety requirements.
  • Conducted project specific assessments to ensure compliance with all Federal, state, and local regulations.
  • Perform site safety audits in order to ensure compliance with corporate policies and procedures.
  • Perform special assignments by the safety director to ensure compliance with NYSDSS regulations.
  • Inspected work to ensure compliance with the Environmental Protection Agency and company regulations.
  • Assigned post to officers to ensure compliance with procedures and regulations.
  • Coach supervisors on how to deliver it, and ensure compliance.
  • Inspect public establishments to ensure compliance with rules and regulations.
  • Monitor and Ensure Compliance of Statutory and Legal Requirements.
  • Inspect post and memo books daily to ensure compliance.
  • Serve as a site checker to ensure compliance.
  • Implement corrective actions to ensure compliance.
  • Perform jobsite safety audits to ensure compliance with federal regulations as well as company and client policies.
  • Conducted safety audits on crews to ensure compliance with Suncoke, Pyro and OSHA regulatory safety standards.

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19. Safety Orientation

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Here's how Safety Orientation is used in Safety Supervisor jobs:
  • Managed new hire safety orientation program and provide ongoing job specific safety training.
  • Conducted all safety training and safety orientations.
  • Conducted new hire and visitor safety orientation.
  • Created a new employee safety orientation-training program.
  • Facilitated safety orientation for new hires.
  • Attended operation required safety orientations; currently certified to work on Rice Energy, EQT, and CNX well site locations.
  • Give safety orientation to all newly hired employees and give proper training to new employees on his or hers job tasks.
  • Train new hires regarding environmental HAZCOM and site safety orientation that may be updated such as the new GHS System.
  • Assisted personnel with hazard recognition, safety orientations, Lock Out Tag Out as related to OSHA and Monsanto regulations.
  • Give safety orientation to all newly hired employees and give proper training to new employees on his/hers job responsibilities.
  • Conducted group and individual safety orientation and training for over 1000 employees, tenants and contractors.
  • Fire watch Instructor, Site Safety Orientation Training, Hot Work, and Safety Audit team leader
  • Preform site specific safety orientation with emphasis on stop work authority, safe work practices.
  • Provide new-employee health and safety orientations, and develop materials for these presentations.
  • Conducted Training, Meeting and Safety Orientation for all employees.
  • Provide on-site field safety orientations on an as-needed basis.
  • Conduct site safety orientations for Jacobs and subcontractor employees.
  • Completed all new hire safety orientation Training.
  • Provide pre-award, post award and daily safety orientations for all personnel.
  • Performed safety orientation of new employees Participated in incident/accident investigations Conducted regular safety observation reports and monthly project reports

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20. Safety Issues

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Here's how Safety Issues is used in Safety Supervisor jobs:
  • Conducted regular meetings to discuss safety issues and gather reports from field safety representatives.
  • Maintained all site-required documentation related to safety issues, i.e.
  • Develop and analyze loss-cause data to identify critical safety issues.
  • Evaluate injury and accident statistics and makes recommendations to management that will correct safety issues and problems.
  • Increased employee buy-in and safety awareness resulting in the resolution of safety issues in their areas.
  • Observed work in field for safety issues (intervened and corrected when necessary).
  • Managed site safety issues while reporting issues to the Site Safety Manager for review.
  • Assist in the resolution of safety issues and the performance of field safety assessments.
  • Created Safety committee comprised of plant employees to assess and resolve safety issues.
  • Address and resolve all safety issues in a prompt and cost- effective manner.
  • Logged over 3000 hours of crane operations with zero safety issues.
  • Report safety issues to appropriate unit for correction or repair.
  • Work with drivers and staff when Safety issues need addressed.
  • Handled day to day safety issues that may arise.
  • Assist with various safety issues pertaining to downtown Seattle.
  • Provide training and information to employees regarding safety issues.
  • Inspected tools and operational equipment for safety issues.
  • Created companywide newsletter to address safety issues within the industry - Completed site audits and inspection for 12 states
  • Prepare subcontractors for Go-No-Go Manage clean links safety and safety issues as they occur
  • Manage on-site workers compensation program Consult with Customer on resolving safety issues Promote positive Safety Behavior

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21. Space Entry

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Here's how Space Entry is used in Safety Supervisor jobs:
  • Monitored confined space entry and ACM activity, investigated accidents and prepared reports.
  • Conducted confined space monitoring and documented confined space entry permits.
  • Performed continuous atmospheric testing during Confined Space Entry.
  • Assist Safety manager on the process of finding competent people for confined space entry and the process of test taking.
  • Enhanced our ramp safety process by adding confined space entry and fall arrest system use to our training curriculum.
  • Supervised the rigging of the Supplied Air Respiratory System (SAR) set-up for confined space entry.
  • Issue and monitor Hot Work Permits, Confined Space Entry Permits, Excavation Permits and Radiography Permits.
  • Work permits for: confined space entry permits and operating plant entry permitting, man-lifts permits.
  • Tested for confined space entry, hot work authorizations and conducted industrial hygiene surveys.
  • Conduct annual audits for lock-out, confined space entry, and respiratory protection.
  • Conducted confine space entry safety support and supervisory duties for various companies.
  • Manage and trouble shoot air sampling monitors used for confined space entry.
  • Confined Space Entry, Fall Protection training for new hires.
  • Monitored adherence to plant safety program for confined space entry.
  • Authorized confined space entry permits and hot work permits.
  • Ensured proper entry requirements prior to confined space entry.
  • Monitored confined space entry and ACM activity.
  • Confined Space Entry, STA Process, Daily Injury/Illness Reporting, Emergency Procedures and Planning, etc.)
  • Draw, sketch and fill permits with rescue preplan for confine space entry work.
  • Confined Space Entry) Lead Hazard Identification Surveys and Risk Assessment Ensure on-site compliance (e.g.

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22. Company Policies

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Here's how Company Policies is used in Safety Supervisor jobs:
  • Interpreted and implemented company policies and developed operating procedures to facilitate branch office operations.
  • Maintain safety training activity records and logs required by regulation and company policies.
  • Supervised drivers to insure compliance in federal rules and regulation also company policies.
  • Carry out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the company policies and applicable laws.
  • Interpreted company policies to workers and enforced safety regulations.
  • Instruct New-Hire Orientation for area new-hires to discuss company policies and procedures as well as safety expectations both conditional and behavioral.
  • Implement BU's weekly toolbox talk with drivers to share company policies and standards on road safety and other good practices.
  • Assist in the training and supervision of driver compliance of the DOT requirements as well as company policies and procedures.
  • Developed, trained and implemented EH and S programs in support of laws, regulations and company policies and procedures.
  • Implemented company policies, technical procedures and standards for preserving the integrity and security of personnel, assets and access
  • Performed weekly road patrols, driver training, and safety audits of service centers to meet all company policies.
  • Check on crews working in the oil & gas industry to assure compliance with company policies and procedures.
  • Train or instruct employees in job duties or company policies or arrange for training to be provided.
  • Develop and deliver training to employees on OSHA, DOT, and company policies and procedures.
  • Inspect work areas and equipment to ensure compliance with Federal, State and Company policies.
  • Assist in the development, review and revisions of ES&H related company policies.
  • Managed transportation fleet, overseeing 175+ drivers, and monitor and enforce company policies.
  • Trained and advised the regional safety personnel on company policies and procedures.
  • Orientated new employees on all plant and company policies and procedures.
  • Revised and implemented new company policies, procedures, and forms.

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23. EPA

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Here's how EPA is used in Safety Supervisor jobs:
  • Develop and enforce contract agreements and oversee scheduling of contractor appointments for facility and equipment repair.
  • Managed Custodial Department and associated budget.
  • Assemble, install, or repair wiring, electrical or electronic components, pipe systems, plumbing, machinery or equipment.
  • Prepare complex reports for managed care organizations and insurance companies, ensuring full compliance with agency requirements and tight deadlines.
  • Conduct in-house training programs, experienced in training employees on safety, equipment, and on transit vehicle technical repairs.
  • Suggested changes in working conditions and use of equipment to increase efficiency of shop, department, and work crew.
  • Arrange for the replacement of defective firefighting equipment and for repair of fire alarm and sprinkler systems.
  • Interact with field operations by providing support for department initiatives and other various programs.
  • Coordinate vehicle recalls, campaigns, and warranty repairs with manufacture for repair.
  • Set Safe Separation Distances for 100+ personnel on site during explosive operations.
  • Determined routes and timing of NTV's as needed for departmental functions.
  • Created the PBX Press newsletter to assist with ongoing department training.
  • Manage staff, prepare work schedules and assign specific duties.
  • Prepared and submitted fire safety inspection reports for FDNY review.
  • Prepare written reports and investigate, all campus incidents.
  • Maintained the MSDS Manual for the PABX department.
  • Organize, schedule and facilitate area Safety Summits to review, inform and prepare industry for worksite hazards and standards.
  • Directed EHS department of three for surface mining and concrete company's 11 regional locations.
  • Diagnose and repaired transit buses, para-transit vehicles, and in overhauling Cummins engines.
  • Prepared and filed daily reports and reviewed pre-task and job hazard analyses.

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24. Safety Compliance

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Here's how Safety Compliance is used in Safety Supervisor jobs:
  • Established and maintained strong safety compliance programs and activities throughout the organization.
  • Developed and administered the district-wide environmental and safety compliance program.
  • Develop and administer annual and site-specific safety compliance training programs.
  • Perform frequent safety compliance inspections of contractor work locations.
  • Review contracts for safety compliance and required documentation.
  • Document Standard Operating Procedures for safety compliance.
  • Collaborated with contractors to ensure safety compliance.
  • Detailed audits, supervised 10 to 150 boilermakers, welders and tradesmen for safety compliance.
  • Assisted in the movement from 5S to 6S for company organization and safety compliance.
  • Coordinated aspects of health and safety compliance for five miles of 19-mile pipeline.
  • Developed programs, procedures, policies and audits to insure Safety compliance.
  • Conduct safety meetings, research safety compliance issues and provide corrective actions.
  • Organized all safety compliance paperwork to guarantee a successful audit.
  • Reinforce behavior based safety compliance throughout the region.
  • Performed audits to determine safety compliance e.g.
  • Maintain safety compliance with FMCSA regulations.
  • Provided complete onsite safety leadership, monitoring and organization for industrial construction projects that ensured OSHA and owner safety compliance.
  • Perform safety auditing compliance checks on facilities, equipments and personals as well as their safety compliance usage checks.
  • Established routes for hazardous debris removal crews, oversaw safety compliance with the assistance of onsite Safety Monitors.
  • Conducted on road observations for safety compliance for three service centers in Louisiana - Monroe, Ruston and Delhi.

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25. Customer Service

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Here's how Customer Service is used in Safety Supervisor jobs:
  • Assisted Customer Safety Manager with developing employees to handle particular/special positions (ambassador) to demonstrate quality customer services.
  • Ensured content of departmental audit reports were accurate and exceeding customer service levels.
  • Evaluated and reconfigured systems to support customer service and operational goals.
  • Provide excellent customer service while guiding buyers through detailed product information.
  • Provide good customer service to both internal and external customers; maintain positive and effective working relationships with other resort employees.
  • Tended to customer service, mapped routes, and kept track of cancellations, delays, and other unforeseen circumstances.
  • Managed and maintained company customer service standards, stocking, inventory maintenance, order fulfillment, and transport deadlines.
  • Established improved policies and standards to maintain effective office operations, customer service, and functioning on reduced costs.
  • Point of contact for visitors, vendors, and contractors at the various MCCA facilities providing excellent customer service.
  • Managed sanitation performance against plant goals in safety, quality, cost, customer service and culture.
  • Provide a high level of customer service by participating in sanitation meetings and USDA meetings as required.
  • Interact with dispatch, customer service, billing, medical clinic, insurance company on claims.
  • Interacted with students, faculty, staff, and visitors, and provided exceptional customer service.
  • Provided exceptional customer service to visitors, while ensuring that they had proper identification 4.
  • Led accident investigations for flight, in-flight maintenance, customer service, and ground operations.
  • Provide world class customer service to residents and guests.
  • Review and resolved customer service and complaints.
  • Handle on road customer service issues.
  • Provide outstanding customer service to guests.
  • Maintain and update safety bulletin board weekly Help create schedules Direct customer service Supervise CSR employees

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26. EHS

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Here's how EHS is used in Safety Supervisor jobs:
  • Devised and executed project EHS audits and inspections maintaining a zero tolerance environment for unsafe work conditions.
  • Established collaborative process with Union Safety Representatives for EHS program development.
  • Assisted in the development and delivered EHS related training to employees working in the Manufacturing, Distribution and Technical Services departments.
  • Conduct facility EHS inspections making necessary recommendation to ensure the safety of employees as well as conform to regulatory compliance.
  • Support new equipment programs at the concept stage to ensure EHS design specifications are met.
  • Assisted with creating a strong EHS culture that engages employees throughout the site and processes.
  • Hired to administer EHS for Steel making and Maintenance divisions covering over 4,000 associates.
  • Managed EHS program for 1100 retail stores, 10 distribution centers, and fleet.
  • Assisted with accurate and complete EHS reporting of metrics to EHS Manager.
  • Implemented the internal EHS Audits Program that included areas and plant evaluations.
  • Program development and oversight of site EHS and security programs.
  • Documented and reported all injuries to the senior EHS manager.
  • Reviewed capital projects to ensure EHS aspects are addressed.
  • Implemented the internal EHS Suggestions Program.
  • Supervised nine regional EHS managers.
  • Performed annual Corporate EHS and infrastructure audits for Vishay facilities throughout the U.S. and Mexico.
  • Job Description: Ensures effective two-way communication between senior managers and the EHS Department.
  • Assisted the EHS manager with maintenance of all OSHA requirements for trainings and postings.
  • Sub-Contracted Employee) Administers EHS compliance programs.
  • Implemented the internal EHS Tracking System to ensure non conformities correction.

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27. Personal Protective Equipment

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Here's how Personal Protective Equipment is used in Safety Supervisor jobs:
  • Train and educate workers regarding environmental health and safety exposures, personal protective equipment, and accident prevention.
  • Assisted with ordering and stocking personal protective equipment.
  • Required employees to wear personal protective equipment in order to prevent injury in accordance with the occupational health and safety act.
  • Monitored the use of personal protective equipment (PPE), evaluated its effectiveness, and suggest improvement to propel efficiency.
  • Performed audits in mills looking for safety and environmental hazards and non-compliance with PPE (Personal Protective Equipment).
  • Managed selecting, ordering, stocking and distributing of all personal protective equipment for factory & road crew employees.
  • Supply, operate, or maintain personal protective equipment, inspecting and ensuring proper fit and use.
  • Make sure all personal is wearing proper personal protective equipment required for the job they are doing.
  • Verify all required personal protective equipment is being utilized, as per requirements; e.g.
  • Performed and documented weekly assessments of Personal Protective Equipment and work areas per OSHA regulations.
  • Assess the needs of employee personal protective equipment according to exposure and working conditions.
  • Performed daily and monthly inspections on all personal protective equipment (PPE).
  • Assist contractors to understand why certain personal protective equipment must be used.
  • Order Personal Protective Equipment and insure all crew properly wearing and maintaining.
  • Supply, operate, maintain, and inspect personal protective equipment.
  • Train staff on best practices and required personal protective equipment.
  • Supply, operate, or maintain personal protective equipment.
  • Trained contractors in company safety standards, including personal protective equipment, fall protection, lockout-tagout, and confined space entry.
  • Maintained workers compensation and oversaw procurement/distribution of safety equipment, including personal protective equipment.
  • Obtained all safety equipment andpersonal protective equipment for the contractors.Permit writer/safety coordinator at several oil refineries issuing Hot-work andConfined Space Permits.

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28. New Construction

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Here's how New Construction is used in Safety Supervisor jobs:
  • Facilitate new construction pipeline safety procedures and regulations.
  • Permit writer for all zones that are under new construction and all new pipelines within the refinery.
  • Assisted in implementing HSE procedures for this mill facility's upgrades and new construction.
  • Ensured compliance with varying state building codes as a new construction evaluation team member.
  • Provided a Safety Leadership Resource to everyone on new construction job sites.
  • Work involved new construction, catalyst work, and general plant maintenance.
  • Administered field safety in live unit and new construction expansion.
  • Manage daily safety tasks on various new construction projects within the Valero Corpus Christi Refinery.
  • Conducted daily site audits and coordinated with Turner Healthcare new construction division.
  • Contract Jobs Include Demo, New Construction, Maintenance and Turnaround Work)
  • Supervised safety for power plant outages Directed maintenance safety procedures Oversaw new construction safety
  • Assisted the Safety Officer with site walkthroughs with contractors performing maintenance and new construction onboard NCBC Gulfport.

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29. Training Programs

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Here's how Training Programs is used in Safety Supervisor jobs:
  • Established many OSHA-required safety training programs, including hazard communication program, industrial forklift safety training, and hearing conservation training.
  • Created training programs and trained management/supervisory and employees in accident investigations, which significantly enhanced No Loss Time accidents.
  • Conducted mandatory and elective employee safety training programs in both one-on-one mentoring and group educational settings.
  • Identify hazardous trends and develop proactive procedures and training programs to eliminate these hazardous working environments.
  • Participated in the development and administration of training programs and passenger relations.
  • Conducted and assisted in various safety inspections and training programs
  • Designed training programs to improve effectiveness of supervision staff.
  • Implement educational & training programs for Plant Managers, Supervisors, & Employees in all areas of safety.
  • Planned and led training programs on staff development Oversaw scheduling for the day-to-day activities of 180 transportation employees.
  • Implemented and conducted safety training programs resulting in annual savings to company of up to $50K.
  • Design, develop, and implement training programs for various safety related initiatives in compliance with OSHA.
  • Developed and administered various training programs, as well as tuition reimbursement program.
  • Develop and coordinate safety and compliance training programs for approx.150 qualified drivers.
  • Designed training programs utilizing Trainer Soft and Power Point programs.
  • Planned and led training programs on staff development.
  • Organize and create safety training programs.
  • Audited Contractor procedures & training programs.
  • Completed required safety training programs for [machine and safety training] Drove daily production activities with effective communication and leadership.
  • Handled all aspects of onsite training and orientation to include developing training programs.
  • Managed safety-related recordkeeping and conducted monthly training programs.

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30. Incident Reports

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Here's how Incident Reports is used in Safety Supervisor jobs:
  • Coordinate safety audits Monitor compliance- OSHA Assist operators with permit writing, Responsible for accident/incident reports.
  • Investigated incident reports on employee injuries and recommended / implemented corrective measures.
  • Perform safety inspections, investigate incident reports and recommend appropriate changes.
  • Conducted accident investigations and completed injury and incident reports.
  • Completed documentation, ensuring all assessments, driver observation, accident and incident reports are up to date and in compliance.
  • Make sure that guards up under me do as supposed to do like rover, incident reports, and patrol logs.
  • Write or review security-related documents, such as incident reports, proposals, and tactical or strategic initiatives.
  • Prepare incident reports and logs in accordance with departmental rules, regulations, and procedures.
  • Ensured the care and safety of clients, submitted incident reports and updated CARES database.
  • Create incident reports and performs inspections to ensure conformity in all areas of HSE.
  • Guaranteed the accuracy of departmental records such as incident reports and logs.
  • Respond to incidents, write and correct incident reports.
  • Review PSO s incident reports and input into database.
  • Compiled data, incident reports and forms.
  • Complete incident reports, schedule monitors coverage.
  • Complete accident and incident reports as needed.
  • Investigated and prepared incident reports for client.
  • Review and approve incident reports.
  • Dispatched security officers to situations that arose Processed and logged accurate and detailed incident reports.
  • Supervised a staff of four employees Wrote, designed and produced incident reports.

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31. CPR

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Here's how CPR is used in Safety Supervisor jobs:
  • Provided on-site first aid and CPR, coordinated doctor visits, workers compensation claims, and return to work program.
  • Performed training of plant personnel for emergency response; i.e., fire extinguishers, hose line strategies, first aid/CPR.
  • Maintain a working knowledge of emergency medical procedures, and keep a current First Aid and CPR certification.
  • Conducted orientation for new hires, also conducted OSHA 10 & OSHA 30 and CPR first aid training.
  • Red Cross Certified CPR/First Aid ISO 9001 Certified Auditor Review and analyzed all work and safety instruction.
  • Excel and Word Beyond the Basics Training First Aid/CPR AED Rigging and Hand Signals Qualified Person
  • Train customers employees and internal employees in Medic First Aid CPR as an instructor.
  • Conduct and coordinate CPR/First Aid/AIDS Awareness training for various offices / field operations.
  • Conduct all Red Cross First Aid/CPR/AED training for Aquatics department and management.
  • Trained in CPR, forklift operation, and sales.
  • Trained public safety officers in CPR and AED.
  • Acquired KROLL Certification and First Aid CPR Certification.
  • Achieved certification as EMT, First Aid/CPR Instructor.
  • Trained in first aid and CPR certified.
  • Performed First aid and CPR if necessary.
  • Supervised 250+ student employees daily, trained 20-30 new employees monthly while organizing and instructing ARC Lifeguarding and CPR courses.
  • Trained and certified employees as first responders in CPR/First aid/AED as an instructor for the National Safety Council.
  • Trained and certified in CPR, and trained how to use and operate a defibrillation machine.
  • Assisted gym patrons to use equipment safely and efficiently CPR & AED certified
  • specialized in safety as well as being First Aid/CPR certified.

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32. Safety Requirements

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Here's how Safety Requirements is used in Safety Supervisor jobs:
  • Supervised Mobil Oil's Process Safety and Contractor Project Safety requirements during complex and intensive construction inside an operational gasoline refinery.
  • Provide feedback to Alliance Group regarding construction and safety performance as well as communicating safety requirements of Appellation Power Company.
  • Developed and executed periodic audits of areas and behaviors to verify compliance with OSHA Safety Requirements.
  • Maintained safety logs and ensured compliance to all regulatory agencies safety requirements.
  • Work with client safety department and ensure customer safety requirements are maintained.
  • Monitor subcontractors for compliance with safety requirements.
  • Audited field craft workers on daily basis to ensure compliance with safe work plans and owner`s site safety requirements.
  • Review plans and specifications for construction of new machinery or equipment to determine whether all safety requirements have been met.
  • Ensured assigned programs met the safety requirements of internal Life Cycle Management (LCM) phase and design review criteria.
  • Implemented policies and programs to ensure that workplace conditions comply with all Local, State, and Federal Safety Requirements.
  • Involved direct interaction with field staff to identify and resolve problems in coordination with the client's safety requirements.
  • Inspect belts, ladders, ropes, rubber goods and tools and replace those not meeting safety requirements.
  • Conducted on-site training for all sub-contractors to ensure proper compliance with all Clipper Wind and BP safety requirements.
  • Secure license for construction of new machinery with all safety requirements applied.
  • Maintained compliance with environmental, health, and safety requirements.
  • Managed and oversaw safety requirements on ship and ashore.
  • Manage and traine all employees annually on corporate safety requirements, staff of 200 employees.
  • Coached newly promoted supervisors and trainers in UPS policies, Safety requirements and job methods.
  • Adhered to all State and Casino Security/ Guest Safety requirements, policies and procedures.
  • Fulfilled company, client, and USDA Food Safety requirements in accordance with plant HACCP plan.. -Performed daily preoperational inspections.

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33. Ensure Safety

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Here's how Ensure Safety is used in Safety Supervisor jobs:
  • Supervised debris monitors and debris collection truck drivers to ensure safety protocol was being followed.
  • Completed daily rounds to inspect facilities equipment and ensure safety procedures are followed.
  • Managed approximately 60 student employees to ensure safety and coverage of campus grounds
  • Streamlined new/prior safety implements to ensure safety of entire warehouse workforce.
  • Monitor all patrons, making sure that rules, guidelines, and protocol are followed to ensure safety while in facility.
  • Audit and report on department safety programs to ensure safety, OSHA compliance and EVRAZ Pueblo safety program compliance.
  • Monitored work practices of employees on the warehouse floor and enforced regulations to ensure safety of all workers.
  • Acted as liaison between safety team committee and management to ensure safety audit findings are corrected.
  • Assisted Quality Control to ensure safety was at the forefront of the scaffold erection process.
  • Patrol Mall common areas to ensure safety of internal and external customers.
  • Lead and process audits to ensure safety management programs are followed.
  • Inspected supplier side equipment to ensure safety measures were appropriate.
  • Conduct walk-through of the plant to ensure safety compliance.
  • Maintain facility as well as ensure safety to facility.
  • Test rigging to ensure safety and reliability.
  • Prioritized critical tasks to help ensure safety deliverables were met without negatively impacting service goals.
  • Supervised a crew of four employees Inspected equipment to ensure safety of each employee and conducted daily inspections.
  • Supervised ramp and airside to ensure safety while operating in and around aircraft.
  • Supervised middle of slide to ensure safety of customers Internship
  • Coordinated employee training to ensure safety.

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34. Safety Culture

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Here's how Safety Culture is used in Safety Supervisor jobs:
  • Worked closely with project operations management implementing continuous safety culture improvement and training.
  • Improved safety communication with working employees strengthening the safety culture.
  • Advised and mitigated unsafe work conditions; unsafe procedures and unsafe acts by addressing them with a proactive safety culture.
  • Help to develop safety culture with one goal (incident free) every one goes home safe.
  • Educate employees and develop a Safety Culture in our employees from the top down.
  • Worked with safety manager in developing processes that enhanced the company's safety culture.
  • Established and maintained a safety culture that treated everyone with dignity and respect.
  • Conduct Safety meetings and change safety culture to evolve with current policies.
  • Managed and led Division towards achieving a proactive, forward-thinking safety culture.
  • Work closely with management to improve the safety culture of the project.
  • Identified Best Safe Work Practices to drive continuous safety culture improvement.
  • Train and motivate employees to maintain a daily safety culture.
  • Develop and mentor safety culture with small local contractors.
  • Implement and grow a positive and personal safety culture.
  • Create and maintain a total safety culture.
  • Foster a positive proactive safety culture.
  • Maintained safety culture on two job-sites.
  • Inspired team to improve safety culture.
  • Drive the company safety culture.
  • handled training of employees in all safety aspects and over seeing building of a safety culture for the region.

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35. Safety Hazards

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Here's how Safety Hazards is used in Safety Supervisor jobs:
  • Participated actively in design of manufacturing processes, working to eliminate safety deficiencies and increase employee awareness of potential safety hazards.
  • Attended management and safety meetings to communicate safety hazards and abatement for refinery personnel, sub-contractors and safety personnel.
  • Maintain clear communication to ensure awareness of safety hazards and initiate immediate corrective actions.
  • Minimize safety hazards the property contains by communicating efficiently with property management.
  • Conduct daily rounds of canvassing facility for any potential safety hazards.
  • Conduct compliance audits and inspections to identify and eliminate safety hazards.
  • Monitored areas for security issues and safety hazards.
  • Perform Safety Audit on Specific Safety Hazards.
  • Provide training to employees and all sub-contractors on site safety hazards and policies and raise the awareness of possible injuries/Illnesses.
  • Evaluated potential safety hazards which could occur from misuse of tools and engineer solutions to improve safety.
  • Walked job sites checking for potential safety hazards and taking necessary steps to resolve.
  • Watch for irregular or unusual conditions that may create security concerns or safety hazards.
  • Informed supervisor regarding any damage to racks and other safety hazards.
  • Advise and coach crews on eliminating safety hazards.
  • Reviewed plant procedures, defining safety hazards.
  • Report all safety hazards directly to supervisor Replenish bathroom supplies and ensure all doctors requirements are met
  • Lead meetings to collect, disseminate and update information as well as provide safety updates and/or resolutions for potential safety hazards.
  • Conducted daily shift meetings to explain safety hazards and precautions in accordance with BHP Billiton and EnerSafe LLC procedures.
  • Sweep work area as needed Reported faulty equipment, damage to racks, and other safety hazards to supervisor
  • Assist employees in pre-job inspections to help recognize and identify potential job safety hazards.

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36. Loto

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Here's how Loto is used in Safety Supervisor jobs:
  • Implemented LOTO system; including the procedures, training, periodic inspections, labeling, and auditing specifications.
  • Created and implemented a Lock Out/ Tag Out program for 4 different sites with LOTO procedures in place.
  • Supervised and checked compliance with LOTO and confined space entry/indoor air quality in accordance with OSHA standards.
  • Insured LOTO, Fall Protection, Scaffolding and Excavations were maintained by competent person.
  • Developed LOTO and Confined Space Entry procedures for plant and contract personnel.
  • Permit writing for LOTO, Confined Space, Crane and rigging.
  • Conduct site specific, LOTO and mobile equipment training.
  • Develop LOTO procedures for new equipment.
  • Conducted and recorded annual LOTO training.
  • Coordinated and conducted the safety training for all new hire associates [LOTO, HAZCOM, BPP, PPE].
  • Supervised, guided, and supported SHIFT MANAGERS in the execution of Safety related duties Taught Courses: Forklift Safety, LOTO
  • Key Accomplishments Member of Global Safety Audit Team responsible for LOTO, Ergonomics, and Medical Sections.
  • Instruct New Hire Orientation/Safety & Health Training: Hazcom, PPE, LOTO, Confined Space.
  • Corrected unsafe acts and assisted foremen with blinding verifications and LOTO's.
  • Conducted safety training, walk-throughs and vast LOTO program management.
  • Conduct routine inspections of longterm LOTO.

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37. Safety Awareness

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Here's how Safety Awareness is used in Safety Supervisor jobs:
  • Increased overall safety awareness for the location allowing partners to openly discuss and resolve various Safety concerns.
  • Implemented accident reporting, injury investigation, safety awareness training and OSHA compliance programs.
  • Gathered safety issue concerns from employees; guided safety awareness and improvement initiatives.
  • Maintained an effective safety awareness program, including regular departmental safety meetings.
  • Conducted safety awareness seminars and enforced safety rules on all employees.
  • Reduced company expenses through safety awareness resulting in fewer injuries.
  • Re-tooled peer-to-peer Safety Observation program to improve employee safety awareness.
  • Developed and Implemented Safety Awareness Training Programs.
  • Developed a safety awareness program.
  • Achieved a 50% decrease in total incident rates for 2004 through additional safety training and associate safety awareness.
  • Provided exceptional customer service, maintaining health and safety awareness within a high volume and high stress environment.
  • Implemented daily toolbox topics to begin shifts, bi-weekly safety training to increase safety awareness among employees.
  • Proposed new ideas on safety and special programs utilized in the company to promote safety awareness.
  • Deliver safety updates, safety bulletins and lessons learned to increase safety awareness to employees.
  • Motivate employees to embrace and comply with health and safety standards by improving safety awareness.
  • Work as a proctor for S&B constructions to promote safety awareness.
  • Applied statistical methods and process analyses to improve safety awareness and reduce risk.
  • Promote Safety Awareness, Safety Campaign and Devising Training and Education.
  • Trained Sub Contractors in Safety Awareness.
  • Deliver safety education and training Increasing health and safety awareness at all levels within the company Developing risk mitigation strategies

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38. Msha

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Here's how Msha is used in Safety Supervisor jobs:
  • Produce accident reports for insurance companies and government agencies Conduct MSHA training for newly employed experienced miners
  • Organized and developed safety training modules for MSHA regulated New Hire, Experienced Miner, and Annual Refresher Training.
  • Conducted one- on- one tutoring/ training for new Miners, vendors and visitors for all required MSHA Training.
  • Helped to facilitate communications between the union; management and MSHA during daily inspections of the mine.
  • Maintained databases and made reports to OSHA, MSHA, and company management as required.
  • Interact, Manage and advise subcontractors on OSHA, MSHA and FMI policies and guidelines
  • Worked with MSHA during inspections to correct and reduce hazards throughout the mine.
  • Manage relations with the regulatory agencies of Miners' Health and Safety/MSHA.
  • Conducted auditing activities of various on-site activities for MSHA and OSHA.
  • Represent the company during MSHA inspections, complaints, and investigations.
  • Developed and audited compliance to MSHA Part 46 training plan.
  • Perform OSHA 10 hour training and yearly MSHA certification training.
  • Conducted employee task training and maintained MSHA training records.
  • Collaborate with MSHA inspectors to ensure mine section safety.
  • Company representative on OSHA & MSHA audits.
  • Obtained Miners Certification (MSHA).
  • Maintain MSHA training records and standards.
  • Develop MSHA annual refresher training.
  • Investigate any accidents with Consol Corporate Safety and MSHA to determine their cause and help prevent any future accidents.
  • Ensured employees were in compliance with all MSHA, TMCC and Hecla Mining safety standards.

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39. Safety Plans

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Here's how Safety Plans is used in Safety Supervisor jobs:
  • Supervised safety programs for a large scale energy project, developed site safety plans and established site specific policies/disaster plans.
  • Develop Site Safety Plans, job / task descriptions, conduct training, and audit jobs / task to insure implementation.
  • Planned, organized all safety plans, site environmental reporting, waste removal schedules in accordance with established regulations.
  • Worked directly for EPA/USCG On Scene Coordinators in the development of site safety plans for Superfund clean up sites.
  • Reviewed all subcontract site specific safety plans, met with subcontract supervisors and managers to correct deficiencies.
  • Review and comment on contractors safety and health programs and their 1910.120 Health and Safety Plans.
  • Reviewed contractor's safety plans and verified that they met or exceeded the facility's programs.
  • Compiled daily and weekly reports, Site Specific Safety Plans, and project-end reports.
  • Prepare task specific safety plans with Supervision input as directed by the Site Manager.
  • Participate in project meetings and develop project safety plans as needed by client.
  • Develop and implement Project Plans, Safety Plans, and Specialized Rigging Plans.
  • Prepare site-specific safety plans for construction projects in Chemical Plants and Oil Refineries.
  • Developed Emergency Action and Site Safety Plans for hazardous materials responses.
  • Used Microsoft Office to revise safety plans as job progressed.
  • Assist with subcontractors to develop project specific safety plans.
  • Develop safety plans for major/new construction projects and outages.
  • Monitor project compliance with project site specific safety plans.
  • Devised school safety plans and coordinated safety drill.
  • Planned and implemented site specific safety plans for individual jobsite locations.
  • established Site Safety Plans & Hazard Analysis.

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40. Msds

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Here's how Msds is used in Safety Supervisor jobs:
  • Conducted numerous spot safety inspections and seminars on industrial safety and procedures of MSDS sheets and safety regulations.
  • Supervised the Hazardous Material Control Coordinator and ensured accuracy of MSDS and job-specific chemical safe-use instructions.
  • Conduct Safety Meetings and New Hire Orientation Training Correlate Material Safety Data sheets (MSDS) into Facility's Right-to-Know Program.
  • Designed and set up MSDS program and chemical storage facilities that meets the OSHA standards and regulations.
  • Conducted job site awareness programs, job site inspections, hazard recognition, and MSDS training.
  • Maintained MSDS forms, provided first aid, kept employees in OSHA compliance.
  • Oversee MSDS and Hot Work Permits* Monitor crew* Ensure equipment was properly handled
  • Monitored and maintained OSHA 300 logs and MSDS.
  • Maintained and coordinated MSDS program and binders
  • Updated MSDS books and listings.
  • Manage First Aid Logs, MSDS's, while ensuring all employees operate in compliance with 29 C.F.R.
  • Manage MSDS (SDS), drug screening and background checks.
  • Lead night shift supervisor Sanitation enforcing Hygiene enforcing Msds enforcing PPE handling and enforcing Good manufacturing Practices enforcement Chemical handling
  • Manage MSDS recordkeeping and reporting requirements.
  • Manage Safety Programs (Plant Improvements, Safety Trainings, Record Retention, MSDS, etc.)
  • Maintained all MSDS logbooks pertaining to not only Harris work but Kiewit projects as well.
  • Maintain chemical room inventory, teach life skills ie; MSDS, fire drills.
  • Maintain all environmental issue records includingMSDS's, test-monitoring results, etc.
  • Coordinate MSDS trainings for new and existing employees.
  • Developed the Coffee Bean IIPP Plan, Employee Safety "Book", and MSDS books for all locations.

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41. Occupational Safety

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Here's how Occupational Safety is used in Safety Supervisor jobs:
  • Represented the Company in OSHA investigations, inspections, and in regulatory/legislative proceedings related to occupational safety and health.
  • Verified Occupational Safety and Health Administration procedures for high risk activities in confined spaces and energy lock-out procedures.
  • Supervised field inspectors in construction projects related with road infrastructure in occupational safety and health and traffic safety.
  • Ensured facility managers enforced and trained over 400 personnel on proper occupational safety regulations and HAZCOM/HAZMAT regulations.
  • Instructed use of respiratory protection fit testings to 3,500 personnel, ensuring occupational safety.
  • Identified potential occupational safety and health hazards at all assigned plants.
  • Lead emergency response team and occupational safety and health inspections.
  • Ensured that workers were properly trained regarding company-specific and Occupational Safety and Health Act, or OSHA, safety requirements.
  • Develop site-specific safety training programs and maintain records required by Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).
  • Supervised job sites and ensured compliance with Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) regulations.
  • Document and report any incidents and/or accidents as required by the Occupational Safety and Health Act.
  • Organize and conduct site specific occupational safety and health training for contractor and subcontractors employees.
  • Managed the occupational safety and health programs for this 1300 employee pulp and paper mill.
  • Completed 10- hour Occupational Safety and Health Training Course in Construction Safety and Health.
  • Well-versed in environmental and occupational safety standards including ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001.
  • 88240Planned and directed Occupational Safety Health program activities for Hydro Tech Services.
  • Manage occupational safety and health of craft employees.
  • Facilitated New Employee Orientation Maintained Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) required records on accidents and maintenance.
  • Trained over 80 company staff and contractor in occupational safety and health guidelines.
  • Conducted orientation and regular food hygiene and occupational safety trainings to cooks and other kitchen staffs.

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42. Hazmat

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Here's how Hazmat is used in Safety Supervisor jobs:
  • Confined space training and monitoring, HazMat plans and decontamination procedures when required.
  • Managed and maintained effective PSM/HazMat/ERT programs.
  • Coordinated the development and training of the facility's First Aid Team, HAZMAT and Confined Space Rescue Teams.
  • Team leader and planner on command emergency response team (HAZMAT, fire, flood, security).
  • Served on steering committee, which included Risk Management Plan (RMP) - HAZMAT/Emergency Response management.
  • Managed nine environmental/HAZMAT personnel and 8 safety technicians in the daily operation of sites.
  • Enforced EPA standards within the company and overhauled their HAZMAT cleanup procedures.
  • Supervised three man HAZMAT crew and 20 man emergency response team.
  • Adhered to all requirements and regulations for interstate HAZMAT carriers.
  • Enforce DOT, HAZMAT, OSHA, Federal, State and Local rules and regulations.
  • Audited Hazmat and Maintenance Safety programs to identify and correct discrepancies.
  • Instructed over 1000 commercial and recreational boaters on how to wear hazmat suits, and proper handling and disposal of waste material
  • Instruct a class for new driver orientation and training on hazmat along with company rules and policies.
  • Worked with orientation for Hos, Company Hazmat, and Refresher on good driving habits.
  • Experienced operator of forklifts, frontend loaders, cranes and tractor/trailers single/doubles, HazMat trained
  • Conduct accident investigations and respond to product mixes and hazmat spills.
  • Certified and trained all employees in safety and hazmat procedures.
  • Monitored the command Supply and Hazmat program.
  • Supervised and managed Hazardous Material (HAZMAT) operations Managed high-risk activities: confined space, heights, hazmats, etc
  • Train both hourly and management hazmat responders in proper hazmat response and disposal method based on corporate and federal regulatory requirements.

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43. Management System

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Here's how Management System is used in Safety Supervisor jobs:
  • Provided expert support to the site-based operations and project teams by identifying and delivering necessary practical and integrated management systems.
  • Implemented and maintained SOP and safety management systems and facilitated identification of safety critical tasks in all construction phases.
  • Created baseline performance metrics to implement Safety Management System strategy as part of FAA voluntary program.
  • Use Remedy Incident Management System to resolve escalated disputes requiring further intervention and creative dispute solutions.
  • Conduct internal audit to ensure conformance to the Safety/Environmental Management System and other regulatory requirements.
  • Administered compensation, benefits, performance management systems, safety and recreation programs.
  • Fire safety & administration while developing HSE Management system and conducting compliance audits.
  • Monitored and maintained company ISO 14001 Environmental Management System.
  • Maintained computerized record management systems to produce reports.
  • Evaluate the effectiveness of the safety management system through the use of job site audits and inspections.
  • Utilized MBM Guiding Principles and the 7- Elements Risk Management System to Analyze and Manage Risk.
  • Manage the design, implementation and maintenance of Cope Station ISO 14001 Certified Environmental Management System.
  • Oversee the activities of the DOT Management system to assure fleet compliance with DOT regulations.
  • Coordinate mandated National Incident Management System (NIMS) training.
  • Implemented and managed site safety and health management system.
  • Administer changes and updates to the Learning Management System.
  • Created the crisis management system for the facility.
  • Managed ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001 management systems.
  • Entered data into AS400 Warehouse Management System to load and manipulate data and to produce reports.
  • Insure production and quality processes are following company ISO [ ] Quality Management System.

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44. Potential Hazards

low Demand
Here's how Potential Hazards is used in Safety Supervisor jobs:
  • Ensured team members received and utilized appropriate personal protective equipment to minimize company's liability and potential hazards or injuries.
  • Reviewed new equipment and processes for potential hazards and recommended corrective measures.
  • Followed all safety procedures and notifies supervisor of potential hazards promptly.
  • Identify potential hazards and recommend appropriate controls and corrective countermeasures.
  • Monitored plant inspections to detect existing or potential hazards.
  • Identified all potential hazards, provided risk assessments, and prepared training documents in order to educate and properly train personnel.
  • Inspect facilities, machinery, and safety equipment to identify and correct potential hazards, and to ensure safety regulation compliance.
  • Conduct inspections and audits in plant to detect existing or potential hazards and determine corrective or preventive measures.
  • Reviewed and approved new equipment and methods for potential hazards (design-in safety, etc.).
  • Review new equipment and methods for potential hazards and approve alternatives under the direction of the supervisor.
  • Identify potential hazards, initiate safety work orders, and lead safety review.
  • Maintain safety equipment and watched out for and documented potential hazards.
  • Assist in accident investigations with follow -ups and correcting potential hazards.
  • Trained Personnel to recognize potential hazards on and off duty.
  • Revise policies and procedures to minimize potential hazards.
  • Correct all potential hazards and existing hazards.
  • Monitored pre-job analysis to enhance employee awareness of potential hazards and provided targeted safety training to minimize accidents.
  • Performed monthly equipment inspections Maintained a safe work area by daily inspections and review of site activities for potential hazards.
  • Inspected worksite for potential hazards, recommended corrective steps and led the behavioral based safety process.
  • Review worksite for potential hazards and have preplan in place for worst case scenarios.

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45. Heavy Equipment

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Here's how Heavy Equipment is used in Safety Supervisor jobs:
  • Maintained inspection reports for on-site heavy equipment.
  • Plant certification on heavy equipment.
  • Directed safety for all associated construction activities i.e., heavy equipment operations, test pits, dust control, and excavation.
  • Trained in operations during initial heavy equipment operations, testing, component integration, final assembly, and launch operations.
  • Certify employees on heavy equipment operation such as JLG, 15 ton cranes, scissor lifts and forklifts.
  • Ensured site roads were kept in good condition for the movement of heavy equipment including heavy haulers.
  • Scissor lifts, heavy equipment, power tools, hand tools and other duties as assigned.
  • Operate and inspect machines or heavy equipment in order to diagnose defects.
  • Consulted with the excavations and heavy equipment used on the site.
  • Operate heavy equipment, Supervise and manage over several projects.
  • Inspect heavy equipment, scaffolds, and excavations.
  • Operated heavy equipment such as Excavators and Backhoes.
  • Inspected the heavy equipment and tools use to secure and handle the iron before and during all Fracturing operations.
  • Camp Pendleton and Okinawa, Japan Heavy equipment operator, OSHA certified.
  • Perform safety meetingsInspect heavy equipmentColor code tools monthly Perform safety auditsGive safety training to new hired employees
  • Provided heavy equipment training (class room and hands on) for aerial lift, forklift,tele-handler, and skidsteer.

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46. JHA

low Demand
Here's how JHA is used in Safety Supervisor jobs:
  • Perform Job Hazard Analysis (JHA/JSA) for all operations to include site work, shipboard activities, and trades work.
  • Implemented OSHA, JSA's, JHA's and Holly permits and procedures for identifying and controlling work place hazards.
  • Supervised and trained employees on writing and understanding (JHA's) job hazard analysis in TAR work areas.
  • Assisted in development of XOM's JHA/JSA process (Job Hazard Analysis, Job Safety Analysis).
  • Conduct risk assessments related to jobs performed (JHA/JSA) and new equipment introductions.
  • Supervised 2 safety coordinators assuring JHA's, weekly and daily inspections were conducted.
  • Performed weekly safety meetings, evaluating job hazards and developing accompanying JHA's.
  • Work package building/review and approvals for JHA/JSA hazard analysis and control.
  • Manage a successful JHA program for field and manufacturing plant operations.
  • Revised and updated Field JHA'S, Supervisor Reference Manual.
  • Prepared site specific safety plans and JHA's for project.
  • Review and add on JHA depending the work progress.
  • Review and file all safety meetings and JHA's.
  • Completed Job Hazard Analysis (JHA).
  • Perform JSA's, JHA's, and special work permits.
  • Write work plans and Job Hazard Analyses (JHA's).
  • Conceived and implemented site specific disaster planning and advised frontline supervisors on JSA/JHA planning.
  • Managed and submitted safety documentation: trainings, permits, JHA, etc.
  • Review SWPs and provide JHA if necessary to keep personnel, property and the public safe and jobsite hazard free.
  • Provide oversight of JHAs process, review JHAs documentation for existing positions and prepare JHAs for new operations.

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47. Risk Assessments

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Here's how Risk Assessments is used in Safety Supervisor jobs:
  • Conducted on-site risk assessments and inspections to assure compliance with governmental and company requirements in drilling and production.
  • Conducted ergonomic and industrial hygiene risk assessments and trained plant safety supervisors on proper sampling methodologies.
  • Performed hazard analyses and risk assessments
  • Developed and implemented suitable risk assessments and risk control, providing input and support to the health and safety programs.
  • Promote a safe work environment through the use of tools such JSA's, PPE evaluations, risk assessments.
  • Conducted daily toolbox safety meeting, risk assessments, case management of incidents, and accident investigations.
  • Conduct site safety training, safety meetings, safety audits, inspections & develop risk assessments.
  • Conducted risk assessments to anticipate, identify, evaluate prevent or correct hazards.
  • Performed Risk assessments and PPE assessments of ITT employees and US Army Personnel.
  • Analyze and produce risk assessments as per the client and as need dictates.
  • Helped team members on project to identify and conduct risk assessments.
  • Carried out risk assessments and considered how risks could be reduced.
  • Assisted project team members in identifying and conducting risk assessments.
  • Performed risk assessments on equipment and jobs.
  • Revise Activity Risk Assessments if needed.
  • Implemented TPM system: (SHE Maps, Risk Assessments, and PPE System).
  • Monitor jobsite safety performance, including risk assessments, project-specific hazard analyses, corrective actions, and site specific safety training.
  • Conduct Risk Assessments and Corrective Actions - Train, mentors and assess competencies of the work force.
  • Perform risk assessments for distribution and office workspaces.
  • Drive all corrective actions to closure Risk Assessments; JSA Provide OSHA required training company wide.

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48. BP

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Here's how BP is used in Safety Supervisor jobs:
  • Worked with shell, chevron, BP upper management on safe work plans, and implementing them in the field.
  • Supervised the Gulf oil spill cleanup workers and other contractors for compliance with BP's safety standards and OSHA guidelines.
  • Conduct safety audits and inspections to assess compliance with BP requirements as well as local, state and federal regulations.
  • Coordinate with BP Operations and project personnel to create detailed Hazard Assessment Safety Action Plan for larger projects.
  • Work with the site HSSE Contractor Coordinator to create safe simplified common processes for the BPTC site contractors.
  • Gained familiarity with the working process of the BP refinery and their business units.
  • Performed safety audits along with environmental audits for Chevron, Texaco and BP.
  • Managed the safety and health programs at the BP/Amoco Alliance Refinery.
  • Acted as the contact person between BP and Safety Contractors.
  • Worked 2 Turnarounds in California for ExxonMobil and BP.
  • Code Red - BP Amoco in Texas.
  • Assured that all workers followed the BP regulations Oversaw construction of refinery equipment
  • Contract employee for oil clean-up in Louisiana for BP Responsible for safety during excavation and Construction of new staging yard.
  • Contracted by Welltech to ARCO Oil Refinery (now BP Petroleum) to maintain safety equipment.
  • Managed a team of 10 in marine operations at Pascagoula, MS BP site.
  • Aided in the clean-up of the BP Deepwater Horizon Gulf oil spill.
  • Contracted through employer for BP Project in Carteret, New Jersey.
  • end of BP Texas City Responsible for training and overseeing Brand workers on West side of the BP Texas City Plant.
  • Work permit and safety supervisor for turnarounds at various locations Valero, Phillips 66,Sinclair Refinery,BP refinery.
  • Attended monthly Contractor Safety Meetings at Chevron, Tesoro, BP, and Rhodia Eco Services (Solvay).

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49. State Regulations

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Here's how State Regulations is used in Safety Supervisor jobs:
  • Maintained active involvement in regulatory agency inspections and investigations to ensure compliance with federal and state regulations.
  • Insured all DOE, DOT, OSHA, Company site and State regulations, polices as well as procedures were followed.
  • Recommended and developed safe work procedures for situations that may not be covered by federal or state regulations.
  • Monitor and Report the company s Safety and Environmental standards in accordance with federal and state regulations.
  • Maintained compliance with all federal and state regulations at a multiple unit operation.
  • Make sure all employees followed state regulations.
  • Directed local workforce for compliance with all applicable federal/state regulations and CB&I/client policies and procedures.
  • Key Results: Extensive knowledge of Federal and State Regulations.

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50. Unsafe Conditions

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Here's how Unsafe Conditions is used in Safety Supervisor jobs:
  • Investigated incidents to identify the underlying causes of incidents and made recommendations for correcting unsafe conditions and actions.
  • Exercise functional authority over supervisory and management staff in emergency and unsafe conditions.
  • Investigated accidents and injuries to determine unsafe conditions and recommend corrective actions.
  • Advise Contractors of unsafe conditions and recommend immediate corrective actions, Including shutdowns
  • Conduct comprehensive inspections and audits to identify hazards and unsafe conditions.
  • Follow all safety guidelines and report unsafe conditions to supervisor.
  • Implemented preventive measure and recommended improvement on the unsafe conditions/material/equipment.
  • Observe and report unusual/unsafe conditions for corrective repairs.
  • Monitored daily field observations of job site to identify and mitigate safety hazards, unsafe acts, and unsafe conditions.
  • Make the necessary corrective recommendations in order to correct any unsafe conditions that may arise or be present.
  • Investigate accident, injury, and unsafe conditions to resolve safety hazards and devise corrective action plans.
  • Conduct observations in the field for unsafe acts, at risk behaviors, and unsafe conditions.
  • Worked overtime, including evenings and weekends, to respond to emergencies and fix unsafe conditions.
  • Do daily walks in the different units monitoring for unsafe conditions while looking for unsafe acts.
  • Performed regular on site job inspections of all crews in order to identify any unsafe conditions.
  • Correct such unsafe conditions or at-risk behaviors if possible.
  • Mitigate any unsafe conditions or unsafe work hazards.
  • maintained job site to the minimum of incidents, without unsafe behaviors and unsafe conditions kept a good record as well.
  • Tour facilities for unsafe conditions * Monitor all alarms and surveillance and fire systems for proper working order.
  • Crane Operator Lufkin of GE Oil & Gas Reported and documented unsafe conditions, equipment and/or injury.

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20 Most Common Skill for a Safety Supervisor

Safety Procedures26.5%
Osha11.9%
Safety Meetings10.6%
ISO6.8%
Safety Program5.8%
Emergency Response5.4%
Site Safety3.9%
Job Safety Analysis3.6%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Safety Supervisor

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Safety Procedures
Safety Procedures
20.3%
20.3%
2
2
Osha
Osha
9.1%
9.1%
3
3
Safety Meetings
Safety Meetings
8.2%
8.2%
4
4
ISO
ISO
5.2%
5.2%
5
5
Safety Program
Safety Program
4.4%
4.4%
6
6
Emergency Response
Emergency Response
4.1%
4.1%
7
7
Site Safety
Site Safety
3%
3%
8
8
Job Safety Analysis
Job Safety Analysis
2.7%
2.7%
9
9
Corrective Action
Corrective Action
2.4%
2.4%
10
10
Job Site
Job Site
1.9%
1.9%
11
11
Incident Investigations
Incident Investigations
1.8%
1.8%
12
12
Safety Audits
Safety Audits
1.8%
1.8%
13
13
Safety Inspections
Safety Inspections
1.7%
1.7%
14
14
Safety Committee
Safety Committee
1.6%
1.6%
15
15
HSE
HSE
1.5%
1.5%
16
16
Hazardous Materials
Hazardous Materials
1.4%
1.4%
17
17
H2S
H2S
1.4%
1.4%
18
18
Ensure Compliance
Ensure Compliance
1.3%
1.3%
19
19
Safety Orientation
Safety Orientation
1.3%
1.3%
20
20
Safety Issues
Safety Issues
1.3%
1.3%
21
21
Space Entry
Space Entry
1.3%
1.3%
22
22
Company Policies
Company Policies
1.2%
1.2%
23
23
EPA
EPA
1.1%
1.1%
24
24
Safety Compliance
Safety Compliance
1.1%
1.1%
25
25
Customer Service
Customer Service
1.1%
1.1%
26
26
EHS
EHS
1%
1%
27
27
Personal Protective Equipment
Personal Protective Equipment
1%
1%
28
28
New Construction
New Construction
1%
1%
29
29
Training Programs
Training Programs
1%
1%
30
30
Incident Reports
Incident Reports
1%
1%
31
31
CPR
CPR
0.9%
0.9%
32
32
Safety Requirements
Safety Requirements
0.8%
0.8%
33
33
Ensure Safety
Ensure Safety
0.8%
0.8%
34
34
Safety Culture
Safety Culture
0.8%
0.8%
35
35
Safety Hazards
Safety Hazards
0.7%
0.7%
36
36
Loto
Loto
0.7%
0.7%
37
37
Safety Awareness
Safety Awareness
0.7%
0.7%
38
38
Msha
Msha
0.7%
0.7%
39
39
Safety Plans
Safety Plans
0.7%
0.7%
40
40
Msds
Msds
0.6%
0.6%
41
41
Occupational Safety
Occupational Safety
0.6%
0.6%
42
42
Hazmat
Hazmat
0.6%
0.6%
43
43
Management System
Management System
0.6%
0.6%
44
44
Potential Hazards
Potential Hazards
0.6%
0.6%
45
45
Heavy Equipment
Heavy Equipment
0.6%
0.6%
46
46
JHA
JHA
0.6%
0.6%
47
47
Risk Assessments
Risk Assessments
0.5%
0.5%
48
48
BP
BP
0.5%
0.5%
49
49
State Regulations
State Regulations
0.5%
0.5%
50
50
Unsafe Conditions
Unsafe Conditions
0.4%
0.4%

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